tune in every night at 8:00 every night. stay tuned for "the five" which see you tomorrow. >> this is a fox news alert. this is "the five." news is breaking on multiple fronts. we begin with the continued catastrophic flooding unfolding in texas. rain from tropical storm harvey continues to pour on the lone star state. now also in louisiana with the stalled storm causing waters to rise to near bubbly call levels. president trump is scheduled to travel to texas to witness the devastation first hand. >> to the people of texas and louisiana, we are 100% with you. we're praying for you, working with your leaders and officials. i will be visiting the impact zone tomorrow to ensure that you're receiving full support
and cooperation from the federal government. and on saturday, we think we're going back to texas and also we will be going to louisiana. >> we have reporters all over the region. we begin with steve harrigan in rosenburg, texas. steve? >> this is like standing under a faucet. it doesn't stop. it's coming in sideways and been coming sideways since dawn. it's cold. this is nine inches of rain in the past 24 hours alone. what does that mean? it means conditions here around houston, in the suburbs getting worse every hour. neighbor after neighborhood now in the dark, declaring mandatory evacuations. it's more dangerous. city officials saying they will not be able to help people in certain neighborhoods. it's too tough to get around. you can see many of the roads being flooded behind me. we've been watching a giant sinkhole grow. so much water has been dumped in
the area. there's real questions about the structural soundness of bridges. the shelters are filling up. they're turning furniture stores into shelters. people are arriving wet and cold. when you see people around, they look stunned, looking for something to eat, looking for clothing. the shelters have put out word, they need doctors and nurses, they need baby formula. kimberly, back to you. >> thanks, steve. stay safe. great job reporting for us. let's go to trace gallagher that is in the woodlands, texas, which is just north of houston. trace? >> yeah, kimberly. we are about 40 miles north of where steve harrigan gave you his report. it's different here. the rain has died down for the first time in several hours. it was an absolute deluge here all day long. we had flooding, saw homes under water. cars under water, parking lots. they shut down one of the main interstates that runs from out here in the woodlands, one of the suburbs of houston into
downtown houston. it going to be hard for people to get anywhere near the city. we should point out, they're trying to avoid what is going on down there in houston and the suburbs below there by doing the opposite. they're evacuate ago number of neighborhoods 20 miles north because they're concerned about one of the rivers overflowing its banks. they're trying to let as much water as they can out, but they're already at record levels out. they can only let so much. they're getting people out of there in case the river overflows the banks. west of houston, the same story. getting people out of their homes now before any chance of flooding. we should note, the rescue totals have now gone up. as of right now, they have rescued some 3,050 or so people. that's about 1,000 up from the number we were given early this morning. so about 1,000 rescues today alone. they have mobilized 3,000 texas national guardsmen for this
effort. they have every single national guard, 12,000 of them, will be involved in this effort. now we're being told the border patrol is also being mobilized. pulling them from the border to come to houston and help out in this massive effort. they keep telling us, the rain is going to slow down and eventually go away. but today we saw very little sign of that, kimberly. >> that's, trace. let's now hear from caroline shively in houston inside the convention center where people are taking shelter. caroline? >> hi, kimberly. we just stepped out on the back side of the convention center to show you an unusual helicopter landing. they created this out of an interstate. this is the i-45. the pierce elevated landing if you know this part of the road. helicopters have come through here, landing dead on in the middle of the interstate. they're plucking folks off of
roofs. people that are passed the point where they can be rescued by boats. they've had the helicopters, put them down. we had video earlier of one of the helicopters. wife seen red cross helicopters, national guard, other military helicopters come in. they touchdown and the people run off clutching their belongings. clothing, anything they could get ahold of. then they go to the buses and take them to the convention center. 5, 500 people have already gone here. 5,000 was the max but they're not closing the doors. any people that come on foot they open the doors. they're taking you in. even by helicopter now. kimberly, back to you. >> thanks, caroline, a lot of news out of the white house tonight. for the latest -- ready. >> okay. let's go to ed henry in washington. there he is. >> kimberly, good to see you. the president will be joined on
his trip to texas by first lady melania trump. she's known for her compassion and taking time out to visit children hospitals over seas with the president. tomorrow they will be in texas trying to deal with fallout from the storm. they will be meeting with the governor of texas in austin, not going to houston. the president does not want his security needs to overwhelm first responders on the ground. their time better spent on search and rescue efforts that are painfully still going on. this is all hands on deck for the administration. vice president mike pence today traveled to fema head quarters for briefings and did a series of radio interviews where he estimated a shocking number, about 500,000 americans will get some kind of federal assistance. that's consistent with what the the president said at a news conference at the white house where he said the administration will do -- will stop at nothing to help. >> we see neighbor helping neighbor, friend helping friend and stranger helping stranger.
you see that all over. you watch it on television, you just see such incredible work and love. and teamwork. we're one american family, we hurt together, we struggle together. and believe me, we endure together. >> now, as all this plays out in the united states, the president still dealing with the crisis in north korea. the last few hours, the communist nation fired a missile over japan. the prime minister of japan, shinzo abe said this is the most grave threat his nation has faced. the missile fell into three pieces before falling in the ocean. it's not done any damage to japanese assets. a sign that this situation is far from over. meanwhile, nbc news reporting tonight robert mueller, the special counsel, is now looking at whether or not president
trump was involved in a knowingly false statement when he helped craft the initial response to his son, donald trump jr.'s statement about that meeting last summer at trump tower with the russian lawyer. i'm getting strong push back tonight from people in the president's inner circle trying to shoot down this report saying the president did not commit any kind of crime. that he had a very small amount of time spent in crafting that statement about hits son's meeting in trump tower and they think the special counsel will find nothing, kimberly. >> thanks for that update. let's go around the table. greg, want to take about the storm, the aftermath and what people are experiencing now? we'll talk about that first. >> it does make you question the betrayal of a divided nation, which all of us kind of contribute to. it made me think about where do you seek out moral guidance? you don't need it from a political leader. i don't think you need moral guidance from a political leader, you don't need it from a religious leader.
look around you and look at the people there, americans can handle massive catastrophes pretty damn good. you couple that with our system, the united states, if you compare catastrophes of a similar couldn't, country by country, thousands by thousands are killed, millions are injured. for some reason in a system like ours, which is so resillant, which is a decentralized free market system that makes it easier for rescues, for housing to be found, for supplies to be delivered, for evacuations to be made quickly, it's because of a system that is decentralized and people can come from all over and do things. and it's a rich country. when you have these two kinds of things a free market, a free people, you have a system that works even when it's called bigoted, in seemingly impossible teams, this bigoteded country
saves people of all color, black people saving white people, white people saving black people. there's no politics. all you see are humans doing the right thing in a system that benefits doing the right thing. >> it does give you a pause to reflect on what matters in life. you see this suffering and people coming together, putting their lives on the line that those that serve our country to try to save to make a difference on someone that is in peril. >> makes you count your blessings. >> you complain during the day and realize it could be worse. one thing that is interesting looking at the coverage and listening to the officials on the ground, talking to the local communities, they have told them don't wait on to us rescue you. if you have a neighbor that can help, get in. don't wait for us to get there. we have limited resources and the only way that you're going to get out of a lot of these situations is by relying on your fell fellow houstonians to get you
out. the president is going to feel humbled when he gets to the ground and sees the devastation. also some kind of hope and american experience and a healthy american attitude when it comes to helping each other. >> very much so. so this is a good opportunity for the president to show his compassion. he likes to rise to the occasion, especially when he sees a nation and states in peril. >> so far the federal response has been very coordinated and hopefully we can maintain that. for some of these people, the worst is yet to come. think i harvey has shown what texas is made out of. it's unbelievable the quiet grit, the determination. >> resilience. >> the compassion, the resilience that these people are showing. it's not just the texas national guard and not just the local police and fire department. it's your average joe on the
street sacrificing himself to go help a neighbor. it's just an amazing thing to see. texas is so independent. they're not complaining. there's not a lot of hysteria and whining. it's this quiet determination where people are helping each other out. it's refreshing to not see a lot of armchair quarterbacking going on. not a lot of politicians or politicizing this. the mayor of houston is a democrat. the governor is a republican. not a lot of second guessing going on. i can't believe i'm seeing this in america. it's absolutely baffling. >> will it stay that way? we'll see. and no looting so far. if you're a looter in texas, bad things can happen to you. haven't seen price gouging either. that's a shock. i think that speaks to the spirit of texas. i've seen some amazing things out there just looking at television. alligators on people's back door steps. i saw a shark on a highway swimming in the water. like shark tornado.
i saw a hawk sitting in someone's taxi cab. the. was using the term biblical. there's some weird biblical things going on down there in houston. i can't imagine how i would be experiencing that as a guy from the northeast. i think texas has it figured out. god bless him. >> absolutely. when you look at the numbers, we have some interesting statistics. 450,000 people are likely to seek federal aid. people in need. 30,000 people seek energy shelter. 70,000 911 calls. can you imagine? >> i've lived through hurricane andrew. my mom is an r.n. don't have your parents there. my mom would leave us and go to the hospital. be there overnight as a nurse. >> help people, yeah. >> shout out to the nurses and doctors that spend the night in the hospital. big shout out to them and doing what they do. this is a -- we're all houston
strong because of that. i have my rockets colors. give a big shout out to those working the extra hours, the volunteers, the police officers, the firefighters doing yeomans work. you get a big round of applause for me and americans all across the count try tonight. >> all the first responders, remember them in these times of need. remember them -- >> and their families. >> that sacrifice like you did when your mother answered the call to help others. important life lessens is what we're reminded of again. when we come back, president trump under fire for the
♪ >> a major counter punch from president trump after pardoning sheriff joe arpaio on friday. president trump offered a vigorous defense of his clemency grant after other pardons be previous presidents. >> i want to look at some of the people were pardoned over the years. look at an example, president clinton pardoned marc rich. he was charged with crimes going back decades including illegally
buying oil from iran while it held 53 american hostages. wasn't allowed to do that. selling to the enemies of the united states. pardoned after his wife donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to the clintons. and then you have dangerous criminals. president clinton pardoned susan rosenburg, a member of the weathered underground. charged as part of a bank robbery that led to a guard and two police officers being killed. drug dealers. president clinton commuted the sentence of carlos vignali, a central player in a cocaine ring that stretched from california to minnesota. criminal leaker. you've heard the word "leaker." president obama commuted the sentence of chelsea manning who leaked countless sensitive and classified documents to wikileaks, perhaps and others.
but horrible, horrible thing that he did. commuted the sentence. >> so you have president bill clinton and president obama that pardoned drug dealers, terrorists, murders, fugitives, dope dealers and president trump pardons a sheriff and all hell breaks loose on the left. >> well, that's indeed what happened. i mean, there's no better way to describe it. you would have thought he pardoned like a mass murderer. >> charles manson got pardoned. >> like 25 murders. this is something that -- it's what he said during his campaign when he was out there on the trail. sheriff arpaio was supportive of president trump and the whole movement. so he did something, which is seems to be loyal to support somebody that he feels is supportive of him and who he believed in in terms of what he did in arizona. that's what this is to me. >> this is a loyalty play also,
a law and order play, richard. how do you see it? >> loyalty pays if you're with donald trump. >> or any part of his own brother, richard. >> here's why this -- i know you'll make fun of me saying, this is why this is problematic. so there's a couple reasons why. this is 266 days of his presidency. yes, obama made controversial pardons when it didn't matter. this president has to run again. >> are you saying he's going to be impeached? >> whether -- i don't know if he will be impeached. i don't know what this -- i don't know. here's what this -- the president -- every president understands this. you have to expand your base. this president said to latino voters i don't care about you because joe arpaio is a lightning rod for latinos, whether democrat or republican. latinos have a big problem with joe arpaio. mainstream republicans get that, which is why paul ryan, jeff
flake, john mccain said this is awful. this is the worst -- >> so pander to latinos -- >> so he couldn't wait until the end of the term. it's a six-month sentence. >> this is so bad -- >> let's not also remember that the investigation on poor joe arpaio started under the bush justice department under alberto gonzalez who said, there's some questionable stuff going on in maricopa county. we need to look into this. that's where this started, this guy has a track record of racially profiling. he's been told by republican appointed judges and democratically appointed judges to stop this profiling as an officer of the court and he continued to do it. this is problematic. >> problematic. >> at best. >> every president pardons somebody that is controversial. this is donald trump. no matter who he would have pardoned, the left would have gone nuts about it.
i reject the idea that all latinos that don't like joe arpaio. a lot of them like him because they were victims of illegal immigrant crime in that state. i understand there are other issues surrounding this. look at the details of what he was accused of. he didn't get a trial by a jury of his peers. this was a decision made by a judge. if you look at the circumstances surrounding his re-election, george sorros dumped $2 million in his re-election bid. you have the leftists coming in. this was a witch hunt. the administration, the obama administration, did not like the fact that joe arpaio was working with the federal government to turn over criminal aliens that had committed crimes against local communities including immigrant populations and that's why they went after him. >> they don't like to be made to wear pink underwear. >> speaking of pink underwear,
greg -- >> don't knock it until you have tried it. under the pants though. you have to admit donald trump tweaking those who are easily tweaked. he is a -- president obama by the way, did similar things. i liked to poke people that are not in power. they can't do anything about it. he did something that you can't do anything about. what he -- when he brought up the examples, what he was doing is he's highlights a contrast between two types of thinking. i'm going to talk about it. everything that trump does is through the law and order prism. oftentimes it can be flawed. most of the time it's okay. so what he does, he pardons a law and order-type guy. a sheriff that might have some problems but a sheriff. president obama operates from the oppressor versus oppressed mindset. when he wants to pardon somebody, it's usually a radical, somebody that was involved in a cause. could have been a terrorist but
it's a cause. he thinks it's a noble cause. so through that prism, president obama always tends to favor people that we go what are you talking about? meanwhile, liberals look at trump and go arpaio? what are you talking about? i have a solution for this. no march damn pardons. nobody likes them. nor likes them. there's one good pardon ever. that was when president obama pardoned willie mccovey on tax evasion. number 44. one of the greatest san francisco -- i'll show you how personal the pardon is. i liked it. that's how bias and personal the decision is. i thought it was okay. he was one of my favorite players. >> and i attended his last game. >> 1980. >> i was interviewed by local channel 2. >> 521 home runs. >> i'm pro pardon. i might get into some trouble later. directly ahead, president trump just got rid of one of president obama's controversial orders.
>> today president trump revealed his plan to roll back military gear for law enforcement. remember all that when the media made militarization the big bad wolf? they say enhanced security is threatening when the only goal was to prevent violence by preventing overwhelming violence. it's like the rhetoric that trump uses with immigration. a forceful position like the wall reducing illegal crossing. police with the best gear is similar. stopping violence without causing any. what happens when the wall is missing? you get charlottesville, you get
berkeley in april and berkeley now where there's no order, there will be blood. president obama saw the gear as intimidating. who does it intimidate? i'd say the people about to do bad things. president obama has always viewed the world through the prism of radical politics. trump is the reverse. everything is seen through the prism of law and order which explains the wall, boosting defense, pardoning arpaio. a singular vision can't be flawed, but the bigger picture can excuse the smaller mistakes. trump won because of three words. law and order. ignore that, democrats. he'll win again. in this case, hindsight isn't 20/20. it will win 2020. [laughter] i added that. militarization is a fancy world for extra gear that creates a
perception of force so you don't have to use it. >> i have a strong opinion about this worked as a prosecutor for so many years in los angeles, working gang details and all that. the police need to have the tools that are necessary in order to do their job. guess what? some of the things that people are saying, oh, we can't have this, stripping the police department of the tools they need to do their jobs is like taking a stethoscope away from a doctor. doesn't make sense. some of these vehicles and the things that are armored, all-terrain, that can go through flooded areas to help in times of natural disasters like this and really provide relief to a community. so why would we want to take that away from them? because we want to say the police are bad? we don't want them to have any of the things they need? they're not going to have uniforms next? are you going to take away bulletproof vests? what else? leave them with the rubber bullets? >> there's that argument, jesse, if you give someone enhanced security they're more dangerous.
like if you have seat belts on, you'll drive faster. they're just trying to protect themselves to protect you. >> the hardware is defensive in nature. it started after images of ferguson, of the police officers in tactical gear facing off against the shirtless angry protesters. people don't like the images in obama's base so he rescinded this deal. trump won on law and order and delivering the goods. look at these things. military grade pullet proof vests, armored vehicles, tactical helmets and shields. a lot of these things that are happening in the streets increased gang activity, violent crime rising under the last administration. antifa is running wild. so i think some democrats think for -- and since we're going to use these weapons against them while they protest the rnc? no. these are used with explosive detonations, active shooter
situations, large scale riots, terrorism situations, drug raids, gang raids. these things are not your run-of-the-mill squaring off against one lonely protester. they came in handy. you said it. the armored vehicle they used during the floods. one of the guys on the police side had a military grade helmet and saved his life in the orlando nightclub shooting. then you had the armored vehicled that used to hunt don the san bernardino killers. they're not making new purchases. this is being transferred. they're not paying, this is recycled hardware. i like democrats like recycling. >> liberals love recycling except when it comes to the police. you remember when the baltimore mayor said we should give the protesters room to destroy? the cops have to be able to respond to terrorism, rioting. they can't win. if they're not prepared like we saw in charlottesville, then they're accused of not handling
a dangerous situation. but they've been accused by the obama administration of being overly militarized and hurting equipment and hurting the feelings of criminals that want the room to destroy as the baltimore mayor suggested. we need to point out, this is something that the obama administration allowed to go on for seven years throughout his term and rescinded in 2015. he's in place during the clinton administration and the george w. bush administration. so trump isn't doing anything that out of the ordinary by defaulting back to the previous policy. >> richard! >> this is an insane policy. maybe i'm the only voice of reason here. >> maybe not. >> let's take a city like haver hill, mississippi. 65,000 residents. they have 20 of these 20-ton mine resistant ambush vehicles. tell me why in god's name -- >> i'll tell you why. >> does haver hill,
massachusetts need them? >> that was the seen where the boss only the bombers fled. >> you need 20 20-ton ambush vehicles -- >> and -- >> and you need 20 of them? you don't need any of them. they why we have the military bases. >> and the scene of a crime that fast -- >> here's the problem with this -- >> and listen, i'm not the only person that agrees this is egregious. senator rand paul feels this way. when he gets back to the senate, he's introducing a bill called stop militarizing of our law force. it moves us a step closer to tyranny. what ends up happening, when you give police departments this overwhelming force, you shred the fourth amendment, you shred the eighth amendment and you make police departments -- >> how do you do that? how? >> excuse me. you make police departments, the judge, the jury and the executioner. and you take away due process. >> the beautiful palm.
lacking all evidence. you know who is shredding all of these -- the free speak? antifa. the people -- >> you talk about antifa next. but let's not -- >> what you're doing here, the police are stopping free -- >> what happens to memorandaizing people? that's exactly what happened in ferguson with the peaceful -- >> who got rounds over by a tank -- >> there was tear gas and tanks rolling down american streets -- >> every place has tear gas. >> we have to move on. we're going to keep talking about this about berkeley. so just hold on to your helmets. far left radicals are caught on camera attacking peaceful demonstrators. details on this story straight ahead.
♪ >> tucker: welcome back. more brutality from the far left. the radical left wing group antifa has been responsible for several major violent attacks this year. antifa was back in berkeley attacking conservatives at a rally. roll the tape. >> greg, i want to go to you first. the biggest news out of this, "the washington post" acknowledged that right wing
protesters were peaceful, which we have never seen before. >> we have been watching antifa for probably six or seven months. it's largely ignored by the mainstream media. the media accents radicalism and excuse violence if it's for their opinions and greater good. they were exposed again when they portrayed this violent mob as no different than heros storming normandy after charlottesville. because they conflated antifa with other protesters. they're cowards. they're like juveniles dressed up as batman in front of a mirror. if you think -- you have to ask one of these folks, if you ever get the chance, if you're doing is so good, why do you have to wear a mask? you're obviously an immorale creep. i think the media looks really foolish because we predicted this on "the five." we said -- had the be three months ago, antifa removes the
bait from the conversation so you have emotion which goes straight to violence. a thing in between called the debate. antifa has no debate. they pulled it out. we said this would happen months ago. nobody would listen. we're right here, we said it. >> the media has defined antifa as anti-fascist. is that a correct portrayal, since they're so free speech? >> we've been seeing antifa fight trump supporters about a year. the only time i saw them fight neo-nazis in charlottesville. that's the only time that i saw them do that. i've seen them attack women. i've seen antifa attack members of the press. >> journalists. >> they look like they got picked last in gym though. nobody can throw a punch. they're pale, skinny or out of shape. they look like they live in their parent's basement. they rove in packs and isolate
one or two people and beat them up. they can't square up on anybody. they're a bunch of losers. who brings sticks and shields -- what is this? dungeons and dragons? they're honestly -- look at this. throwing -- who punches like that? >> richard, i have a question for you. >> critiquing his style. >> they are cowards. whenever someone is perceived as the right, whether it's the alt right or whatever, everyone in the media and democrats call on republicans, the highest level, including the president, to condemn it. why is it that nancy pelosi and barack obama and chuck schumer haven't said this doesn't define our party and we're distancing ourselves from them? we've been asked to condemn everybody on the planet. >> i'll condemn antifa. one of martin luther king jr.'s famous quotes is this. darkness cannot drive out darkness. only light can do that.
hate cannot drive out hate. only love can do that. there's a growth of white supremacy and neo-naziism and the kkk with the new world card the art right. but antifa isn't the answer. how we drive out the kkk, who has blood on their hands since 1865 is with love and understanding. how we drive out the kkk and neo-nazis is people coming together like what we see taking place in houston where neighbors are helping neighbors. that's how we defeat david duke, people like richard spencer and people that believe in their views. >> there's been a number of arrests over the weekends. they haven't deferred antifa from coming back to berkeley. how can law enforcement prepare for these -- >> it's a big concern. you know what they're going to do they're going to try to conceal their identity, they're cowards. they're not soldiers of the first amendment on free speech.
they are cowards. they don't want you to see who they are because they don't want to be criminally prosecuted. they don't have a right to commit crimes and do violent protests the way they're doing. the left should condemn them. the police department should come prepared to shut it down. if they don't, it disemboldens them to disturb the free speech of others. >> they say we're against the organized left. so they're against us. we can't condemn them if they're against us. >> all right. we'll have more on the flooding in a minute. >> the next minute, the water is rushing in. i didn't know where i was from ethnically. so we sent that sample off to ancestry. my ancestry dna results are that i am 26% nigerian. i am just trying to learn as much as i can about my culture.
>> it was heart breaking. absolutely heart breaking. the whole downtown just a mess. absolute mess. our friends, neighbors, our store, a disaster. just breaks my heart. >> the houston area received ohio 30 inches of rain since friday bringing the historic flooding to the region. for the latest, let's go to adam klotz. >> the rain you're talking about still continues to fall. heavy showers rolling to the
coast in houston, lifting up towards houston. at this point across the gulf coast, stretching to new orleans. all areas where we're seeing heavy rain this evening. where will this head next? even though the rain is spreading a cross the gulf of mexico, we can see the circulation off the cost, this is the past of motion. i'm taking you to wednesday morning. you're beginning to see this left past houston, likely catching rain on the back end. thursday, this is out of here and continues to track further and further to the north. eventually turning into a low pressure system passing through shreveport. by the end of the week, the weekend, folks in the middle of the country, even towards atlanta just beginning to see tropical rain. finally folks across the gulf coast will be drying out. how does that look? here's the satellite and radar. this is taking you, a future cast, into tuesday. still the rain lingering around. i think by late tuesday into wednesday, houston, the area
hardest hit gets on the back side of this. we're tracking plenty of rain. this is an opportunity for them to get out of it. how much rain will be get? 30, 40 inches. houston looks as though another 10 inches additional than what we've seen. there's still some spots out there, richard, we'll see a good 15, 20 more inches of rain before it's said and done. >> thanks, adam. we appreciate it. 30 inches of rain. >> can't really imagine it. we've been hearing the reports and watching the devastation all weekend. the rain coming down. friday night when the story broke and when it was happening, seeing steve harrigan and the others in the field trying to report on it. could barely stand getting pummeled by the winds and the onslaught of the downpour. one of the things we've had to deal with is the devastation of water and the rain that comes after. the winds are bad enough. when you see what happened in katrina and what happened here, it's just -- can't help us feel
for these families. >> yeah, i think kimberly is right. this is what we're seeing. there's other areas that you're not getting on camera. it has stopped. >> the one thing that is interesting, it's a reminder of real life, practical action versus hashtags and concerns and social networks. there's a guy in a boat rescuing somebody's mom. it's hard to be a feminist when you see this masculinity, the men saving people must drive them crazy. >> katie? >> the next couple days are going to be crunch time in terms of getting people food. we had a reporter on saying some people are running out of the basic necessities because of the rain. it's difficult to get out of their homes. the next couple days will be just as rough as the weekend was. prayers and thoughts. if you're not there to help with your boat, there's organizations that you can get help through red cross. >> i was hunting with t-roy from
swamp people, kimberly's fan. he's been devastated down there but working hard to save things. he says he expects 20 more inches of rain. so best of luck. >> we're praying for him. >> 20 more inches of rain. >> let's keep texas and houston in our prayers. ahead, how you can help the victims of hurricane harvey >> people helping people. time of need. we need to be together.
>> it's like memories taken away. something you don't expect. material success is kept in your mind and always will be there in your mind. but it's just hard. >> for those that have lost so much and so much has been taken away from them and their families and most especially the memories that they cherish, many are lucky to have their lives. so donations are pouring in from around the country. many organizations and companies pledging millions. send money to the american red cross. text the word "harvey" to 90999 and make a donation to those in
needs. stay tuned to the fox news channel for the latest developments on tropical storm harvey. "hannity" is next. >> tucker: welcome to hannity. this is a fox news alert. we're following three major breaking news story. texas is now bracing for up to 20 inches of additional rainfall after this historic and catastrophic flooding. this as president trump is promising 100% support and the rapid deployment of federal aid to help those devastated areas in texas and also now in louisiana. our reporters are on the ground in the lone star state. and then radical leftists, antifa, protesters savagely beating nonviolent protesters over the weekend. this time, berkeley, california. so when are democrats going to condemn this out of contrt